Renown Homeless Advocate Featured At “Day Of Leadership” in Ontario, CA

More than 300 are expected to attend a Day of Leadership, an event designed to inspire budding entrepreneurs from underserved communities to go after their dreams. The event is free to the public and will be held on Saturday, September 16 from 10 am – 3 pm at the Victory Creative Center located at 215 West G Street in Ontario, California.

Among the featured speakers will be homeless advocate and entrepreneur Miss Katina Holliday whose eponymous nonprofit Holliday’s Helping Hands has become a model for helping homeless persons and others in need obtain housing and prepare for lives of independence. Miss Holliday, whose presentation is at 11:30 am, has broadened her influence by giving back to her hometown of Aberdeen, Mississippi by building a grocery store, urgent care facility and other much-needed facilities.

“I’m delighted to be a part of a Day of Leadership and sharing my path to success with others who have a dream and are looking to make it a reality,” says Miss Holliday, who will share her firsthand experiences and describe the unique challenges facing female executives in a competitive market like Los Angeles.

Among the other scheduled speakers are Pastor Henry Green, Producer Lady Nicole Green, author Rosie Rivera, and Pastors Enoc and Jacklyn Zisati. In addition to the attendees, another 1,000 virtual guests are expected to attend via Zoom. For more information about a Day of Leadership, visit

Holliday’s Helping Hands has been recognized for its award-winning approach to serving homeless and other disenfranchised segments of society find a new path in life. Part of her strategy is helping clients develop “roadmaps” for their futures — detailed, comprehensive plans that help them hone their lifestyle skills, plan monthly budgets, job train, prepare for job interviews and become good neighbors and citizens. For more information about Holliday’s Helping Hands visit


Hollidays Helping Hands

17420 S Avalon Blvd, Ste. 101

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